Well, we don’t exactly “travel” in the long-distance sense, so I can’t really help you there. But to get from point A to point B around town, I have to say I’m probably really lucky to just have some seriously easy-going kids. It doesn’t really matter what time of day it is, I have getting […]
Honestly? Right now I’d like to move. Far away from the Lowcountry. I’d like us to start fresh somewhere. Since that’s highly unlikely to happen, I will fantasize about other things that are unlikely to happen, but are more fun to think about. Like traveling abroad or roadtripping across the country. I am not very […]
So many things. I am grateful that after an extremely fussy day yesterday, the boys slept soundly and through the whole night. It was a rare day for them, but I think it’s because they got so little nap time the day before. We should be able to get back to our normal routine today. […]
Tell Daniel to take off work and pile in a car big enough to hold the two of us, the boys, Aunt Sydney and whatever stuff we would need for a day trip to Riverbanks Zoo. I am dying to do this. Daniel’s work schedule is a little prohibitive. Finances are a little prohibitive, although […]
If by “someone” you mean the bank that holds my mortgage, or the ones that hold our car loans, or … you get the picture. If that, then yes. If we’re talking about a person and not a financial institution, then I don’t think so. And no one owes me money.
There were a lot of shocking things I learned in the time around my mom’s death. I mean, aside from just that she died. I don’t really think it would be appropriate for me to go into detail, but suffice it to say that no matter how well you think you know a person, they […]
Nothing really. Most of what’s on the radio annoys me, so I listen to CDs and my Google music. Right now, Adele is in the CD palyer in my car and almost always have Glee and Britney Spears in the Google rotation.
There’s this $37K piece of paper called my degree… If you’re talking actual monetary value of one single thing, it’s my car. If you’re talking sentimental value, then there are several things I would be heartbroken over. The earrings my dad gave me for my 16th birthday. The Bible that belonged to my great-grandfather. My […]